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TAR 2015 - Technically Assisted Rehabilitation - Programme March 12, 2015
09:00
09:30
Registration (foyer)
09:30
10:00
Opening TAR 2015 (large lecture hall): Prof. Ahrend (Vice President TU Berlin), Prof. Kraft (TAR Organising Committee)
10:00
11:05
Session 1: MMA I (Movement, Monitoring & Assesment 1) (large lecture hall)
Chair: Rupp
Liverud
A Multimodal Human Sensory System to support Mobile Gait Rehabilitation (PDF, 325,1 KB)
SINTEF
Norge
Seel
Using Inertial Measurement Units for Measuring Body Segment Orientations in Indoor Environments (PDF, 19,7 KB)
Technische Universität Berlin
Germany
Hawkins
A Generalized Framework for Performance Assessment in Computer-Based Rehabilitation Training (PDF, 11,9 KB)
Institute of Neuroinformatics, ETH Zurich
Switzerland
Ortmann
Assessing the success of stroke rehabilitation with wearable sensors (PDF, 184,0 KB)
IHP
Germany
11:05
11:40
Coffee Break (foyer)
11:40
12:10
Key Note Lecture: Prof. Herman van der Kooij, Rehabillitation Robotics (large lecture hall)
12:10
13:10
Postersession (large lecture hall) - see page 3 for titles
13:10
14:10
Lunch Break (testing field)
14:10
16:05
Session 2: Rehabilitation Robotics (large lecture hall)
Chair: Schmidt
Baiden
Interaction Control of an Assistive Sit-to-Stand Trainer with Multi-Axial Pneumatic Soft-Actuators (PDF, 266,2 KB)
FWBI
Germany
Bartenbach
Joint Misalignment in Robotic Rehabilitation Exoskeletons, Problem and Possible Solutions (PDF, 441,1 KB)
ETH Zürich
Switzerland
Duarte B.
Mechanical Grip Interface for Upper Arm End-Effector Base Robot Rehabilitation (PDF, 56,9 KB)
RWTH Aachen University
Germany
Focke Martinez
User-friendly hip and knee trajectory generation of healthy gait patterns for robotic rehabilitation systems (PDF, 392,5 KB)
Institute of Automation, University of Bremen
Germany
Kuzmicheva
MOPASS – Mobile Robotic System for Individualized Gait Rehabilitation (PDF, 389,3 KB)
Institute of Automation, University of Bremen
Germany
Maggioni
Robot-aided assessment of walking recovery (PDF, 40,3 KB)
Hocoma AG, Sensory-Motor Systems Laboratory, ETH Zurich
Switzerland
Olenšek
Mobile platform pelvic robot (PDF, 1,2 MB)
University Rehabilitation Institute, Republic of Slovenia
Slovenia
16:05
16:35
Coffee Break (foyer)
16:40
18:15
Parallel Sessions:
16:40
18:00
Session 3: Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) 1
Chair: Keller
Valtin
Identification of Suitable Elements within Electrode Arrays for Drop Foot Stimulation (PDF, 7,5 KB)
Technische Universität Berlin
Germany
Bracher
Wireless Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES): Development of a Novel System for Cycling Applications (PDF, 230,6 KB)
Institute for Rehabilitation and Performance Technology
Switzerland
Klauer
A model for joint angle prediction using EMG signal processing during functional electrical stimulation (PDF, 56,6 KB)
Technische Universität Berlin
Germany
Malesevic
Gait kinematics improvement as the result of using multi-pad electrode stimulation for treating drop foot (PDF, 370,9 KB)
Tecnalia Serbia
Serbia
Müller
Evaluation of an Inertial Gait Phase Detection for Real-Time Control of Neuroprostheses (PDF, 204,7 KB)
Technische Universität Berlin
Germany
16:40
18:15
Session 4: Assistive Technologies
Chair: Sigmund
Werth
Proactive Assistance for Device-Integrated Training Adjustment in Outdoor Rehabilitation Training (PDF, 12,2 KB)
Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz (DFKI)
Germany
Heinrich
Conveying directional information through vibrotactile stimulation (PDF, 11,9 KB)
Klinik für Augenheilkunde, Universitätsklinikum Freiburg
Germany
Henkel
Situation-aware navigation assistance for people with dementia (PDF, 2,4 MB)
Institute of Computer Science
Germany
Panek
Reflections on a Versatile User Interface Framework for Older Persons Optimised for an Assistive Robot Providing Support in Daily Life (PDF, 425,2 KB)
TU Wien
Austria
Rupp
TELMYOS – a telemetric wheelchair control interface based on the bilateral recording of myoelectric signals from ear muscles (PDF, 74,1 KB)
Heidelberg University Hospital, Spinal Cord Injury Center
Germany
Martens
Design and construction of an artificial hand (PDF, 469,9 KB)
Hochschule Wismar - University of Applied Sciences: Technology, Business and Design
Germany
18:15
19:00
Fachausschuss-Sitzung
19:30
22:30
Conference Dinner - "Alte Pumpe"
TAR 2015 - Technically Assisted Rehabilitation - Programme March 13, 2015
09:15
09:30
The Cybathlon Championship (large lecture hall)
09:30
10:55
Session 5: MMA II (Movement, Monitoring & Assesment 2) (large lecture hall)
Chair:
BlumentrittChair:
Blumentritt

Dawin
Bending and Torsional Moments - A new measuring system for gait analysis (PDF, 244,5 KB)
University of Applied Sciences Münster
Germany
Feldhege
Development of an intelligent therapy monitoring system for home-based measurement of physical activity, knee joint kinematics and muscle activity (PDF, 221,6 KB)
Department of Orthopaedics, University Medicine Rostock
Germany
Fonseca
Ambulatory quality evaluation of the gait (PDF, 66,6 KB)
RWTH Aachen University
Germany
Jung
The use of Centroidal Momentum Analysis for defining a Stability Index for walking with an exoskeleton (PDF, 209,2 KB)
Tecnalia Research and Innovation
Spain
Kok
An optimization-based approach to human body motion capture using inertial sensors (PDF, 110,7 KB)
Linköping University
Sweden
10:55
11:30
Coffee Break (foyer)
11:30
12:40
Session 6: Virtual and Tele-Rehabilitation (large lecture hall)
Chair: Kraft
Borghese
Video-games based autonomous safe rehabilitation at home under asynchronous supervision by a hospital (PDF, 13,2 KB)
Computer Science Department Università degli Studi di Milano
Italy
Ferreira dos Santos
Feedback Visualisation in Virtual Reality-based Motor Rehabilitation (PDF, 198,7 KB)
Technische Universität Berlin
Germany
Winter
Tele-rehabilitation for cochlear impant recipients using remote fitting (PDF, 8,1 KB)
auric Hörsysteme GmbH & Co. KG
Germany
Tarkka
Improving disabled arm control through gaming (PDF, 12,3 KB)
University of Jyväskylä, Department of Health Sciences
Finland
12:45
13:45
Lunch Break (testing field)
13:45
14:15
Key Note Lecture: Prof. Katja Mombaur, Model-based optimization for rehabilitation (large lecture hall)
14:20
15:25
Parallel Sessions:
14:20
15:25
Session 7: Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) 2
Chair: Schauer
Rupp
Neuroprosthesis for grasp restoration in individuals with high spinal cord injury – lost in translation !? (PDF, 74,9 KB)
Heidelberg University Hospital, Spinal Cord Injury Center
Germany
Moszkowski
Intelligent technologies as assistive tools during pelvic Intraoperative Neuromonitoring (PDF, 339,0 KB)
Fraunhofer IBMT
Germany
Kutlu
Electrode-Array Based Functional Electrical Stimulation for Upper-Limb Stroke Rehabilitation with Innovative Sensing and Control (PDF, 2,1 MB)
University of Southampton
United Kingdom
Seel
Learning Neuroprosthesis for Automatic Compensation of Foot Drop and Inversion in Stroke Patients (PDF, 12,4 KB)
Technische Universität Berlin
Germany
14:20
15:25
Session 8: Prosthetics
Chair: Hoffmann
Altenburg
Biomechanical Investigation of Currently Available Microprocessor Controlled Prosthetic Feet: First Results (PDF, 10,3 KB)
Otto Bock HealthCare GmbH
Germany
Bellmann
Biomechanical Investigation of Principles of Load Transfer in Transfemoral Sockets: An Innovative Study Design and Preliminary Results (PDF, 10,7 KB)
Otto Bock HealthCare GmbH
Germany
Goebel
Avoiding Training Reiterations by Early Forecasting using Stochastic Estimates for Human Pattern Recognition/Regression Training (PDF, 205,8 KB)
Otto Bock Healthcare Products GmbH / Vienna
Austria
Thiele
Optimization of prosthetic alignments with a mobile gait analysis system (PDF, 17,4 KB)
Technische Universität Berlin
Germany
15:30
16:00
Coffee Break (foyer)
16:00
17:45
Session 9: Clinical Trials (large lecture hall)
Chair: Kraft
Rodriguez-de-Pablo
Towards the integration of ArmAssist, a system for post-stroke robotic upper-limb quantitative telerehabilitation, in the clinical practice (PDF, 18,2 KB)
TECNALIA
Spain
Bosomworth
Robot Assisted Training for the Upper Limb after Stroke (RATULS) (PDF, 11,8 KB)
Newcastle University
United Kingdom
Roby-Brami
Analysis of reaching movements made at faster speed by spastic stroke patients (PDF, 11,4 KB)
ISIR, University Pierre et Marie Curie
France
Wernicke
Whole-Body vibration in combination with verticalisation in the very early phase of neurological rehabilitation (PDF, 7,9 KB)
Charité - University Medicine Berlin
Germany
Schrader
Continuous passive motion of the foot in combination with vibration in severely affected patients in the early phase of rehabilitation (PDF, 7,9 KB)
Charité - University Medicine Berlin
Germany
Weber
Technically assisted rehabilitation of the hand after Stroke by means of the HFD 200 hand and finger dynamometer (PDF, 179,8 KB)
Praxis für Allgemeinmedizin, Facharzt für Arbeitsmedizin
Germany








March 12, Postersession
12:10
13:10
Postersession (large lecture hall)
Chair: Rupp
Aksoz
Design of a Novel Robotic Dynamometer: An Isokinetic Knee Joint Torque Measurement System for FES (PDF, 198,2 KB)
Institute for Rehabilitation and Performance Technology, Bern University of Applied Sciences
Switzerland
Bremer
Surrogate tactile feedback integration seems to be mediated by tactile sensibility (PDF, 11,7 KB)
Leibniz-Research Centre for Working Environments and Human Factors (IfADo)
Germany
Ivanova
Human-human-interaction for motor learning: A Literature Review (PDF, 82,1 KB)
Rehabilitation Robotics Group (Fraunhofer IPK/Technische Universität Berlin), Department of Industrial Automation Technology
Germany
Despotova
Motor Learning and Optimisation in Gait Control (PDF, 63,5 KB)
Institute of Mechanics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Bulgaria
Rohm
Differences in non-invasive Estimation of the Bladder Volume during Urodynamics by Electric Impedance Tomography and Ultrasound (PDF, 12,3 KB)
Heidelberg University Hospital
Germany
Veneman
Varstiff, an innovative variable stiffness material, applied in a wheelchair postural support device (PDF, 225,6 KB)
Tecnalia Research and Innovation
Spain
Brunner
VIRTUES - Virtual reality training for upper extremity in subacute stroke - Study protocol of a randomized controlled multicenter trial (PDF, 12,1 KB)
University of Bergen
Norway
Blankertz
BCI live - BCI - longterm interface for verbal expression
Technische Universität Berlin
Germany
Ball
NASS - Entwicklung eines neuronal gesteuerten Assistenzsystems für Sprach- und Umgebungssteuerung
Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
Germany
Stett
Koginast - Kortikal gesteuertes, integriertes Assistenzsystem zur adaptiven Stimulation für die Wiederherstellung der Greiffunktion der Hand
NMI Naturwissenschaftliches und Medizinisches Institut Reutlingen
Germany
Staudt
BionikHand - Bionik-Hand Prothesen-Assistent: Ein Bionik und IKT basiertes Assistenzsystem zur Unterstützung körperlicher Funktionen von Hand- und Oberarm-Prothesenträgern
Central Institute of Mental Health, Mannheim
Germany
Bremer
GripAssist - Das alltagstaugliche Assistenzsystem zur aktiven Unterstützung von Patienten mit eingeschränkter Handbeweglichkeit
Vincent Systems GmbH
Germany
Feldhege
NASFIT - Intelligente Assistenzsysteme zur Funktionsunterstützung und Therapieüberwachung bei neuromuskulären Störungen
University Medicine Rostock
Germany
Smurawski
Akrobats - Akrobatik@home: Evidenzbasierte Trainingsunterstützung zur alltäglichen Bewegungsaktivierung für Contergan-Betroffene und Menschen mit körperlichen Behinderungen
Fraunhofer-Institut für Arbeitswirtschaft und Organisation IAO
Germany
Wörn
MAID - Mobilitätsassistent zur Unterstützung bewegungseingeschränkter Personen
KIT Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
Germany
Dalhoff
ICAS-Implant - Akustisches Innenohrimplantat für Schwerhörige
ENT-Clinic Tuebingen
Germany
Graupner
FAIR - Unterstützung körperlicher Funktionen durch hand-free Anwendungen in Erweiterter Realität
TU Dresden
Germany

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